Alice Cooper: Rock Bands Need More Testosterone and Fewer Beards

Alice Cooper is arguably the original shock-rocker. The career of the rock 'n' roller born Vincent Furnier spans from the late '60s — when he was drinking nightly with John Lennon and Jim Morrison in L.A. — to the very present: You can catch Alice Cooper at the Warfield tonight, performing both classic hits like “School's Out” and “Eighteen” as well as some newer songs. Ahead of the show, we spoke with Furnier about his days partying with '60s rock legends, how it's impossible to truly shock audiences anymore, and why he thinks new rock bands have too many beards and too little testosterone.

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